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Becky Buller Band booked for Benefit!

We are so thrilled to announce that we have secured the incredible Becky Buller and her Band for our Benefit Concert at the Caverns May 2nd. The evening will also feature performances by Top of the Rock Chorus and Grundy County school children who have been learning guitar, banjo, fiddle, and keyboard thanks to resources provided by the Caverns and South Cumberland Community Fund.

Becky Buller is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter from St. James, Minn., who has traversed the globe over performing bluegrass music to underwrite her insatiable songwriting habit.

Becky has written songs for three Grammy award-winning albums: Crooked Tree Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway (2023); The Travelin’ McCourys The Travelin’ McCourys (2019); Laws Of Gravity The Infamous Stringdusters (2018). Her compositions can also be heard on records by Ricky Skaggs, Rhonda Vincent and Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, to name just a few.

Becky is the recipient of 10 IBMA awards, including the 2016 Fiddler and Female Vocalist. She is the first woman in the history of the awards to receive the Fiddler nod; she is also the first person ever to win in both vocal and instrumental categories. Her other awards include the 2020 Collaborative Recording for “The Barber’s Fiddle” and the 2020 Song for co-writing and fiddling on Special Consensus’ “Chicago Barn Dance.”

She is a frequent guest artist on WSM’s Grand Ole Opry and tours extensively with the Becky Buller Band. Distance And Time, her third album for the Dark Shadow Recording label, was a nominee for the 2021 IBMA Album award. Her first Christmas collection, The Perfect Gift, released during the 2022 holiday season. In April 2023, Becky will be inducted into the Minnesota Music Hall Of Fame. She is a nominee for the 2023 SPBGMA Fiddler Performer and Song Of Year awards (“Millworker”). Becky moonlights with the First Ladies Of Bluegrass, an all-female ensemble composed of the first women to win in their respective instrumental categories at the IBMA awards: Alison Brown (banjo), Missy Raines (bass), Sierra Hull (mandolin), Becky (fiddle), and Molly Tuttle (guitar).

Equally passionate about bluegrass music education, Becky has over 20 years experience teaching fiddle, singing, and songwriting, both privately and at workshops and camps around the world. She currently serves on the board of the IBMA Foundation, which awards $50,000 annually in scholarships and grants to spread the word about bluegrass music and support those who create it.

Becky proudly calls Manchester, Tenn., her adopted hometown, where she lives with husband, Jeff Haley, and daughter, Romy. Visit her online at


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